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Verstappen's advice to Gasly - Stay at AlphaTauri (Reuters)
"Anyone can come back and try again but they will not succeed."
Former Ferrari boss offers health update after visiting F1 legend (The Independent)
"I saw Michael (Schumacher) last week. He is fighting. My God, we know he had a terrible and unfortunate skiing accident which has caused him a lot of problems. But he has an amazing wife next to him, he has his kids, his nurses, and we can only wish him the best and to wish the family the best, too."
Binotto: Ferrari gave Vettel early warning to aid his 2021 chances (Racer)
"I think it is not a surprise,' Binotto said. 'We are very happy for that conclusion. I think the fact that we told him our decision for next year very early in the season was really to give him all the chances to find a seat for 2021, so finally I’m very happy for him as a person."
2020 Round 9 Post-Qualifying Press conference: Christian Lundgaard, Dan Ticktum and Callum Ilott (FIA F2)
Dan Ticktum: "Yeah, a little bit. I was rather depressed for a while, let's say. The best way to get over it is to go straight into another race weekend. I'm just focused on this weekend now. You can't dwell on the past. I could look back at the Spa Sprint Race as well, and that was a disaster. There we go... I just need some good points tomorrow."
Zendeli seals second F3 pole in season finale at Mugello (FIA F3)
"Trident’s Lirim Zendeli clinched his second pole of the season in the final FIA Formula 3 Qualifying session of 2020. The German driver beat out Prema’s Logan Sargeant by 0.034s to finish on top, with HWA driver Jake Hughes another tenth of a second back in P3."
Tuscan Grand Prix 2020 - Free Practice (Scuderia Alpha Tauri)
"We’re at the third race of the triple-header which is hard on the team, although everyone received a massive boost with the fantastic result at the last event. The celebrations were fairly short-lived as we come to a new track in Formula 1 racing. We’ve never been to this track in this era of F1, so there was a lot of preparation to do in a short time between Monza and Mugello. We continued the AT01 development here, so compared to the car we had in Monza, we’ve got new components both on the aero and mechanical side."
Analysis: How F1 and Moto GP have interpreted Mugello differently from a broadcasting perspective (Motorsport Broadcasting)
"Both championships take a significantly different approach in terms of camera height. When analysing last year’s Moto GP race with today’s practice action, it is clear that throughout the 5.2km circuit, F1 have opted to position their cameras lower than Moto GP’s historical positioning."
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